Highly recommend this hotel restaurant. I was surprised how good the food was, not your topical hotel food. I got a admit I totally took advantage of it during my stay there for four days Christmas 2021. The food from breakfast items like the smoothie to the avocado toast, were awesome. The toast which having a fried sunny side up egg on top was awesome. Oh and the pancake is a must: super fluffy pancakes with real house- made whipping cream ( not those from the spraying bottle), and berry sauce. Love the mega size sticky bun, the hanger steak, the octopus, pork belly. We were told they had a new chef started around the beginning of fall was the reason we have all these good food in the convenience of the hotel. Will be back again!
I’m currently staying at the Art hotel. I had the pleasure now of dining twice at Fire their in-hotel restaurant. Most of the restaurants in hotels service okay food with high prices. The prices are still high, but the food here has been great. I had a wonderful breakfast which was perfectly prepared. I also had a great dinner and the ribeye was also perfectly prepared. I recommend coming for dinner whether you’re staying in the hotel or not.
We are staying at the ART Hotel for our anniversary and reserved a table here for dinner. McKenzie was our server and she is AMAZING!!!! So personable and genuine and interested in how we felt about our dining experience. She gave us great recommendations on starters. My wife had a baby kale salad with crispy onions and goat cheese. We don't like kale usually but this was really good. Good texture and it was lightly dressed, very refreshing. I had the pork belly with wild mushrooms and polenta... probably one of the best things I have eaten in Denver, period! The pork was tender but had the perfect sear to it. Seasoned nicely and the mushrooms had great texture to them, not mushy. The polenta was so creamy! So good, have to get this when you come! The reason for 3 stars is because unfortunately the entrées were just not on the same level. We both had the 48 hour short rib so we were excited for that. In my mind I'm thinking super tender, lacquered with some of the reduced braising liquid, maybe some creamy mashed potatoes. No. While it was tender, it was lacking on seasoning and had a salsa verde on it that made no sense and didn't add to the dish. The side was almost like a crudite of sliced heirloom carrots that should have been paper thin but were pretty thick. Mixed in was some frisee salad pieces, just made no sense. There was a carrot puree underneath which had good flavor but was an after though. I hardly touched mine so McKenzie offered to switch mine out with the Seabass. One of her favorites. When it came out it had a very intense fish smell. I like seafood but (as a Chef) fish should not smell! She did say it was fresh but again, very fishy. Weird thing to nitpick but it just seemed off. The skin was nice and crispy. The broccolini was cooked perfect and the sauce that accompanied it was silky and creamy. Again, that pork belly is one of the best things I've had in a long time but the entrées just missed the mark for us. McKenzie again was AWESOME!
Excellent service from start to finish. The wait staff are very attentive and will accommodate whatever your requests are. Ask for "Jalen," he is super attentive and will take care of you. A great view if you can get a spot by the window or outside think this restaurant flies under the radar because it's on the 4th floor. I have breakfast and dinner, and can say there were no complaints. Wait time for food was short due to low amount of people there but I could still see they were efficient. The restaurant was very clean.
This was hard. We came here on Amex perks. After dinner last night we were going to give 3 stars. To be fair they have kept people working while they remodel their restaurant so the menu is limited. The staff is AMAZING. Breakfast was absolutely 5 stars. The choices were more our style. Again the staff was AMAZING. Dinner we had the 48 hour short rib and a grilled ceasar salad. I had the burger and fries and an onion tart. Like I said it was "okay." Breakfast I had avocado toast which was beaand tasted so good. So many textures with the variety of veggies and egg on it. I also tried the blueberry pancakes with chantilly cream. Just the right amount of sweet. My husband had a 3 egg omlette that came with smashed potatoes. They were so good. He also had the tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich. Staff was patient and let us sit and enjoy the meal.
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